Hydro Excavation

By: No Damage Excavation  14-Mar-2015
Keywords: Excavation, Asset Protection, Trenching

. • Non Destructive Digging and Pipe & Cable exposure • Slot Trenching • Potholing for Utilities • Restricted Access Digging • Under Driveway & Path Conduit and Pipe Installations • Underground service locating • Visual Identification of underground assets • Hydro Excavation • Vacuum loading • Hydro Drilling • Draw string pulling for cables • Removal of Mud and Water from Pipe and Conduits after rain • Removal of Mud and Water from Pits and Drains • Perfect Post Holes/ Piling Holes – Any Size, Shape and Depth • Liquid & Spill Removals (Wet and Dry) • Equipment & Construction Site Cleans • Cleaning of Water Tanks and Guttering • Removal & Replanting of Established plants and Trees • Excavating holes for ponds and swimming pools • Excavation Services • Asset Protection • Safe Exposure of services, • Excavation of power, • Excavation of plumbing, • Conduit Cleaning, • trenching, • Trench excavation around or under obstacles, • Conduit cleaning and stringing, • Exposure of underground utilities before excavation, • Exposure of underground services before excavation,

Keywords: Asset Protection, Blast Cleaning, Drain Cleaning, Excavation, High Pressure Water Cleaners, Hydro Excavation, No Damage Excavation, Non Destructive Digging, Safe Excavation, Trenching, Underground Service Locating, Underground Utilities, Vacuum Loading,

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E-VAC QLD provides a safe and non-destructive alternative to standard digging, trenching and hole services. No Damage Excavation 2hour call out best price Guarantee. Safely expose underground plumbing, electrical cabling & Telstra cables ready for repairs or for new installation as well provide slot trenching, Potholing, mud and water removal and more. This saves the risk of digging up already existing pipes and cables.E-Vac Qld can also dig directly underneath concrete driveways to lay pipes